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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 10-THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD TuMday. Octebtr 29, 1974 nin vnn The fi to day fares are back- will IUU yse the above fare and save KNOW For information and Bookings ART WILLIAMS TRAVEL CENTRE VILLAGE MALL PHONE 321-1144 The Herald Sports LETHBRIDQE OFFICE FURNITURE LTD. MnMT bBnPVi r PhOM (403) HOME AND OFFICE SAFES Short sport Toros tough no matter where they play OUT FOR SIX WEEKS INDIANAPOLIS (AP) In- dianapolis Racers' Ken Des- jardine, who fractured a heel in Sunday night's World Hockey Association game against Quebec, will be out of action for six to eight weeks, the team announced Monday. ROBERTO TO DENVER ST. LOUIS (AP) Veteran Phil Roberto of the National Hockey League's St. Louis Blues, sidelined at the season's start by injuries, was sent Monday to the team's Denver Spurs farm club at his own request. Roberto, under NHL rules, will remain with the Western Hockey League team for at least 14 days while attempting to play himself into shape. OUT FOR SEASON BOSTON (AP) The Na- tional Football League New England Patriots announced Monday that tight end Bob, Windsor will miss the rest of the season after successful right knee ligament surgery. Windsor was injured during Sunday's 17-14 victory Over Minnesota, as he scored the final touchdown. RAPID REGGIE BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) Oakland A's slugger Reggie Jackson received two speeding tickets over the weekend within 100 miles of Los Angeles. The California highway patrol stopped his foreign sports car, bearing the licence plate MVP 73, after police said it was clocked at 70 miles an hour on Interstate 5 Saturday night. Another patrolman cited Jackson for- going 75 m.p.h. a few miles farther south. Alumni game set The old meets the new tonight when the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns host the U of L Alumni in an exhibi- tion basketball game at 8 p.m. in the University gymnasium. The Pronghorns, smarting from a pair of weekend set- backs to the Simon Eraser University Clansmen, will use the contest to tune up for the Tri-University Classic in Ed- monton this weekend. On hand for the Alumni will be such former stars as Tim Tollestrup, Larry Baker, Bill Magierowski, Doug Kempt, and Don McLean. Islanders still must prove South runners do well real in cross country meet By THE CANADIAN PRESS There are skeptics who still doubt that New York Islanders "are for real" this National Hockey League season, despite six victories and a tie in eight record surpassed only by Los Angeles Kings, who have played two more games. Those doubters look beyond Monday night's 10-1 rout of the California Golden Seals to a five games in eight nights stretch which starts Wednes- day night and will have the third-year New Yorkers play- ing against New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers twice, Boston Bruins and Atlanta Flames. In the only other NHL game, the Kings blanked Pitt- sburgh Penguins 2-0. Islanders Coach Al Arbour is a believer, though, as are his players. Says Arbour: "All we gotta, do is keep on working the way we have been and we'll come out all right." Ed Westfall and Bill TOROS' GILLES GRATTON GOES DOWN TO BLOCK SHOT Pronghorns open puck season By CLARKE HUNTER Herald Sports Writer "Man for man, we're far better off this year than we were last season." That's what Gary BarUeit, coach of the University of Lethbridge Pronghbrn hockey team has to say about his club as it prepares to open its 1974- 75 Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference schedule Wednes- day night. The Pronghorns, who finish- ed sixth in the seven-team ACAC last season, host the defending champion Mount Royal College Cougars in an 8 p.m. contest at Henderson Park Ice Centre. "Our biggest problem so far is that we are not working well as a says Barlett. "But we've got the players this time, and we should get tougher as the season goes on." Bartlett has a pair of 18- year-old goalies to choose from this year, and he has still not decided whether Peter Schalk or Billy Semenyna will get the nod in Wednesday's opener. Schalk was the backup goaltender last year, and has shown great improvement this time around, while Semenyna comes to the Pronghorns from Evahsburg, Alberta. He is a freshman. Vince Minifie, a 260-pound rookie, and Wayne Kist, who returns for his third season, anchor a Pronghorn defensive corps which should be as rugg- FREE For Ml DATSUN OWNERS DURING DATSUN SAFETY WEEK October 28 through November 2 at FOREIGN CAR (Leth.) Ltd. to what wll do FRH for your SAFETY following for SAFETY on your DATSUN and all the 0lvO you ovtHMu STEERING FRONT SUSPENSION BRAKES REAR SUSPENSION CLUTCH EXHAUST SYSTEM U JOINTS EMISSION CONTROL BATTERY ALL FLUID LEVELS TIRES BODY IN GENERAL LIGHTS COOLING SYSTEM Plus One FREE BONUS per Datsun Owner Your choice of any one of following FREE GIFTS 1 FREE OIL FILTER 1 FREE AIR CLEANER 1 FREE FAN BELT ELEMENT 2 FREE SEALED BEAMS 2 FREE WIPER BLADES During DATSUN SAFETY WEEK we will be OPIN FROM 8 A.M. TILL 9 P.M. DAILY SATURDAY 8 A.M. TILL 4 P.M. Please PHONE for your APPOINTMENT early 327-2622 FOREIGN CAR (Leth.) LTD. ed as any in the league. Minifie hails from Fernie, and moves surprisingly well for his size, while Kist's experience should be a big asset Also on the blueline for the locals are Alvaro Zanolli, Jim McDonald, and Kevin Keith. Zanolli played last'year for the Pronghorns, and before that, for the Taber Palace Pats.. McDonald also comes to the U of L from the Palace Pats, and he rates as the top offensive defenseman on the club. Keith played last year for the Lethbridge Native Sons, and Barlett has been impress- ed with his play in training camp. "Kevin is a real smart says Barlett. "He's not too rugged, but he'll save us a lot of goals." On the front line, Bartlett has what he feels to be one of the top lines in the league with Rob Amatto centering for Merton Vaile and Remi Baycroft Baycroft is another Evan- sburg native in his first year with the Pronghorns, and he can really fly on the right wing. Vaile is also a rookie, but the 23-year-old left winger has had junior hockey experience in Calgary and ranks as perhaps the dub's top offensive threat Amatto, an excellent playmaker, returns from last year's team. Another line has Mike Weisberger between Wayne Bowes and Guy Smith. Bowes is a rugged digger in the cor- ners, while Weisberger and Smith supply the finesse in front of the net. Bartlett has not picked out his third and fourth lines as yet, preferring to see his boys in action before fitting in- dividuals into units. But he has seven other skaters to choose from, including three returnees and a transfer from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology. Wally Turiow, Craig Walters and Bill Lasby all return from the 1973-74 Pronghorns, while Brian Conrad skated for SAIT last year. AU three are skating well and should give opposing defensemen lots of trouble. Rounding.out the U of L lineup are Jim McLeilan, Den- nis Smith and Rick Jackson. McLeilan played for the Lethbridge Native Sons last year, while Smith sat out the season after skating for the Pronghorns the previous season. Jackson is a freshman centre from Saskatoon. Wednesday night's contest against Mount Royal is the first in a 24-game ACAC schedule for the Pronghonrs. They play each club four times, twice on the road, and twice at Henderson. After tackling the defending champs, the locals will host the Olds College entry for a pair of games this weekend. Olds finished dead last in the seven-team league last year. 1974 CLEARANCE ON ALL NEW and RENTAL SKIPPERS ON RIGHT NOW Rolling along the Highway, en a bicycle built for two, was a way of life with Grandma, bul is not the way for you. Get yourself a Skipper, built both strong true, you can get the one you need at your Friendly, Trailer Lou's! Trailer Lou ftas a Deal tor Vow at TRAVEL CRAFT SKIS RENTALS South Phone 927-40M MacMillan produced a pair of three-goal efforts and single scores came from Billy Harris, Gary Howatt, Ernie Hicke and Bob Bourne as the Islanders took 47 shots against two California goaltenders. The Islanders finished last in their division their previous two years, winning just 31 of 156 games. Over two- years they allowed 594 goals while scoring just 352. The Golden Seals have played seven of their first 11 games on the road, resulting in six losses and a tie. They have given up 52 far worse than the defensive record of the expansion Kan- sas City Scouts and Wash- ington. Capitals. And Monday night's bombardment forced coach Marshall Johnston to lift starting goaltender Gary Simmons in favor of Gilles Meloche. With an eight-goal lead at the time, Arbour took the op- portunity to give backup net- minder Glenn Resch some work. Billy Smith had started the game and lost a shutout on Bob Stewart's shot at of the middle period. Bob Berry and Don Kozak scored for Los Angeles, while Rogatien Vachon stopped 23 shots in recording his 23rd ca- reer shutout. In tonight's only NHL ac- tion, Detroit is at Vancouver. Meanwhile with six vic- tories in six home games, one might think Toronto Toros coach Billy Harris would prefer to stay in Maple Leaf Gardens forever. But after whipping Phoenix Roadrunners 7-3 Monday night Harris said he doesn't mind going on the road now. "I think the players want to get away for a he said after Toros continued their do- mination of the Canadian divi- sion of the World Hockey Association before a crowd of Tommy Simpson, who has played only four of Toros six games because of a knee in- jury scored his sixth and seventh goals of the season Monday. Other Toronto scorers were league scoring leader Wayne Dillon, Vaclav Nedomansky, Tony Featherstone, Guy Trot- tier and Paul Henderson. Dil- lon, Simpson, Featherstone and Henderson are among six Toronto players in the league's top 13 scorers. Phoenix scorers were rookie Dennis Sobchuk, with his first professional goal, Hugh Harris and Jim Boyd. Toronto goalie Gilles Grat- ton, making his third start of the season, stopped 33 shots, Jack Norris of Phoenix had 37 saves. Phoenix coach Sandy Hucel said Roadrunners had made too many mistakes, and will continue to have problems un- til they stop. "They (Toros) had the terri- torial edge he said. "We made mistakes that cost us the game, and until we cut down on the mistakes they're going to continue to be costly." LOS ANGELES 2, PITTSBURGH 0 FM Period 1. Los AngefeS. Berry 5 (Kannegiesser. Nevin) Penalties Hadfield Schock 852. St Marseille Kelly 1753. Murdoch Second Period 2. Los Angeles. Kozak 5 (St. Marseille. Berry) Penalties Owchar Kannegiesser 1828. Third Period No scaring. Pratt Komadoski Matoney. Pratt minors, majors KomadosH 1020. Harper Hadfield Paradise. Carr Kannegiesser 1651, on ooM by Pittsburgh 10 8 S 23 Los Angeles 10 8 8 26 Attendance 8.119. ISLANDERS 10 SEALS 1 Rmt period 1. islanders. Bourne 4